eCIFM Establishes Synergies Between Disparate IWMS Products

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Executive Summary

This case study examines how the real estate technology team at a global insurance firm used a combination of integrated workplace management systems (IWMS) to address its evolving business requirements. The organization applied a best-of-breed approach: it retained its existing IBM TRIRIGA software for lease and capital management and incorporated a complementary platform and mobile application to encourage employees’ return to the workplace. eCIFM, a specialist IWMS technology services firm, facilitated the integration of the disparate products in 2021. This case study demonstrates how facilities and property managers can assimilate other offerings into their existing primary IWMS products.

Table of contents

eCIFM Establishes Synergies Between Disparate IWMS Products
Insurance Firm Sought Additional IWMS Product To Manage Space And Maintenance
eCIFM Provides IWMS Expertise And Integrations Between Software Applications
Buyers Combine Vendor Offerings For Best-In-Class Functionality

Table of figures

Figure 1. Improving Employee On-Site Experience, Next 12 Months
Figure 2. Plans for Real Estate and Facilities Software Over the Next Five Years

About the authors

Amelia Feehan

Senior Analyst
Amelia is a Senior Analyst in the Verdantix Smart Buildings practice. Her current research agenda focuses on digital twins, IoT solutions and architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) software. Prior to joining Verdantix, Amelia worked as a façade engineer at Arup, where she gained experience in sustainable building design and construction. She holds an MEng in Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering from Trinity College Dublin.

Justine Bornstein

Research Director, Smart Buildings
Justine is the Research Director of the Verdantix Smart Buildings practice. Her current research agenda focusses on digitisation, decarbonisation and optimisation across the built environment. Prior to joining Verdantix, Justine worked at Deloitte as the research lead covering transport, energy, industrial and public sectors. Justine holds a Ph.D. in Economics from Nagoya University in Japan. 

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